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1 year ago
sgc
The 2016 edition of the Raw Fruit Festival in Andalusia, Spain! 100% local organic fruits and vegetables, all locally produced and picked ripe, from melons, watermelons, figs to mangoes, bananas, tomatoes, cucumbers, greens, etc! Outdoor activities: running, biking, swimming, yoga, capoeira, fitness, calisthenics... Meet others with activities such as basket making, mural paintings, and di
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4 years ago
sgc
After a few month training when time allowed, finally getting those first muscle ups in!
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4 years ago
sgc
32 hours of PURAW and BOARDing! Join us at the Los Alamos Beach in Torremolinos, Malaga, Spain, for a full weekend of rawfood and boarding, kite surf, stand up paddlesurf, windsurf etc. This event is organized by the Raw Fruit Festival team www.raw-fruit-festival.net and the kite surf school Termiko with Sergio Perera three times Spain national kite boarding champ and member of Spain olympi
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4 years ago
sgc
Sorry for the link to the video. I hope this one works...
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4 years ago
sgc
I wonder if anyone has any experience in healing sport injury with fasting. If so, can you tell what you did? Personally, about 2 weeks ago, I was training on bars with a friend, and tried out something he showed me I shouldn't have, and injured my right chest in the upper part on the parallel bars. Not very happy camper, I couldn't do much after that. It has been 8 years now that I eat 100
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4 years ago
sgc
Hi all In September 2012, we held the first Raw Fruit Festival in Andalusia, Southern Spain. People from over 18 countries met during the festival, and had the best fruits you can imagine as the festival is held during the mango season! Local and organic mangoes, with figs, melons, bananas, cherimoyas and so many more. To get a better idea of the festival, take a look at the following videos,
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7 years ago
sgc
loeve Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > SGC, I've watched a couple of your youtube videos > and admire the post and beam house you are > building. And I didn't know learning to walk > could be so much fun (the one with your lovely > wife and child in the play pen). Thanks! Thanks It's like everything is fun for our son Moya. He is laughing
Forum: Living and Raw Foods Discussion (Vegan)
7 years ago
sgc
If you look into Andalusia, look for "valle del Genal", The Genal is a river, and its valley and direct surrounding are "water safer" than the rest of Spain.
Forum: Living and Raw Foods Discussion (Vegan)
7 years ago
sgc
I can suggest Andalusia in the South of Spain. The climate is very good, and there is still plenty of quiet valleys with low density of population. We live there, in a valley near the sea, but far enough to keep away from the coast craziness (about 45 minutes drive in the mountain). This is not part of the industrial agriculture part of Spain. It remains a relatively poor and isolated part due
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7 years ago
sgc
doghouse reilly Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Persimmons have seeds when they're pollinated with > pollen from another persimmon tree of the opposite > sex. Otherwise, no seed: > > "Many cultivars are parthenocarpic (setting > seedless fruit without pollination), although some > climates require pollination for adequate > p
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7 years ago
sgc
Tamukha Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > sgc, > > The el-camacho site doesn't inspire confidence; > the pages loaded in different languages--luckily, > I know Spanish and can muddle through reading > French! Maybe just because I never had time to finish the site, but I'm not selling anything to anybody, just trying to share my experienc
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7 years ago
sgc
Surely they look really disorganized to their website. But look at his so called "green building design". Amazing, a guy talking about green building out of concrete!! Sounds to me his didn't do all his homework of this, and thinks green building is a nice drawing of a house on a rock, more or less... Not professional for sure, and I would recommend not to order a house design from him
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8 years ago
sgc
Wheatgrass Yogi Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Nice Straw House!! I'd be worried about it getting > > wet. > Here's a picture of a Footbridge I built in 2003 > using > Quadrilaterals. There was a lot of Math involved > in cutting > all the angles......WY > > > ogi/IMG_0024.jpg Thanks. We are in the process o
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8 years ago
sgc
rawpreston Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > sgc Wrote: > -------------------------------------------------- > ----- > > Don't take me wrong, I'm not saying 811 and > fruits > > are bad. I'm just saying if you're not active, > eat > > less fruits and more greens, simply because you > > don't need the energy from fruit
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8 years ago
sgc
la_veronique Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > latex though? hmmm must find out more about it > > did not know latex occurred in foods > > i associate latex with laboratory gloves Latex is harvested from the bark of trees in the tropics. And you can find latex in different fruits, like mangoes as well, in the skin. When you pick mangoes,
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8 years ago
sgc
Wheatgrass Yogi Wrote: > The High-Fruit 80/10/10 Diet has the feeling of a > 'Cult' to me. It's followers are most unfriendly > to > all who disagree. I've been lambasted more than > once....WY I would agree with you WY on this one. I think the problem is that most people who want to follow the 811 come from a history of disease or bad digestive feelings, and feel so much
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8 years ago
sgc
The latex is in the inner skin, the white part between the outer skin and the flesh. It's everywhere is fig trees, in the bark, in the leaves. Often, I get marks on the skin of my hands when it's fig season (I have several trees and pick about 40 kg every other day). But if the figs are picked ripe, there is no noticeable latex in the skin. If you get fig burns with store bought figs, most likel
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8 years ago
sgc
The burn is due to the white milk, which is latex. When the figs are picked ripe, there is very little latex, or milk, coming out. But when picked greenish, there is lot of latex coming out. Also, if there is little latex, the effect will disappear after a couple days because the latex hardens over time. The latex burns lips and tongue because it's like scrubbing.
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8 years ago
sgc
My wife is still nursing our 8 month old baby. At the beginning, we had some gas experiences with the baby, and by elimination we found that mushrooms were big gas producers!
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8 years ago
sgc
It all depends if you can buy food along the way or not. If you have to carry your food, you should go for lightweight food, such as dates and seaweed (rince them to avoid extra salt) during the day, and if you feel like it, nuts in the evening. I remember a story about an arabic town being under siege for months and sustaining only on dates and water.
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8 years ago
sgc
I take it from a big biology book: "Life: the science of biology" BTW, in the same book, written by biologists, there is the different sources for vitamins. And for B12, one of the main source is water! It's in the book, because water with cobalt is sufficient for intestinal bacterias to produce B12 (a cobalt based compound). So simple!
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8 years ago
sgc
debbietook Wrote: > Can anyone explain to me, SCIENTIFICALLY, but in > layman's language, exactly HOW it is easier for > our bodies to break down the plant food proteins > into their constituent aminos than animal food > proteins? (As raw food sources either don't say, > or are too vague, and biochemistry sources are a > little beyond me, unfortunately). It is eas
Forum: Living and Raw Foods Discussion (Vegan)
8 years ago
sgc
There seem to be something beneficial about putting caffeine directly on skin cancer (not drinking it). Take a look at it.
Forum: Living and Raw Foods Discussion (Vegan)
8 years ago
sgc
On the contrary, lycopene in tomato is a strong antioxidant, helping fight cancer. Tomatoes are good to prevent prostate cancer for example.
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8 years ago
sgc
I don't mean to be aggressive, just informative. No need to reply aggressively. I've never been a seed, but if you knew me, or took the time to ask why I said what I said, you would know I'm a farmer. I live on my farm, grow my food and food for others. I have an orchard full of fruit trees I take care of, and a huge veggie garden. I have compost piles, not just bins, and small trees grow in t
Forum: Living and Raw Foods Discussion (Vegan)
8 years ago
sgc
If you feel like you need to know more about your food, grow it! Plant trees, plant veggies, grow your food, and you'll know what water is used, how they are handled, how fresh they are. And you'll feel happy and rewarded by Nature by eating something you worked for really, and not virtually like you buy something in a store. Otherwise, regarding "Personally I believe the nutrition in fruit
Forum: Living and Raw Foods Discussion (Vegan)
8 years ago
sgc
Try persimonns, cashew, pumpkin seeds etc, they have a complete amino acids spectrum. You wouldn't be missing anything.
Forum: Living and Raw Foods Discussion (Vegan)
8 years ago
sgc
Like almonds, to remove the skin of cashew, they steam them. And like that they look perfect. But there are some hand shelled cashews. They don't look as nice, more like pieces with knife cuts. But they are much tastier. Look at the montecristo cashews from equalexchange.co.uk
Forum: Living and Raw Foods Discussion (Vegan)
8 years ago
sgc
Hi Fuganetti To give you an idea of what I mean by missing fuel to start eating up your muscle: I ride mountain bike, and go for 4 to 5 hours rides. Be sure in winter time, it's pretty harsh riding in the cold and the mud. Like you I have my rituals, and one of them is not to eat before riding. I go on in the morning, not eating, and not eating during the ride, just drinking water (like you, I d
Forum: Living and Raw Foods Discussion (Vegan)
8 years ago
sgc
Hey Fuganetti There is a big difference between strength training and workouts (like RB does if I'm correct), and endurance training. If after your training you go on protein catabolism, that doesn't mean you are missing proteins in your diet, but fuel! If your body goes into "eating" its own proteins and your muscle, that's because it doesn't have enough fuel to go on. Then maybe you
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